A couple had an epic reaction after discovering that they had sex in a hotel room without tinted windows.

Rebekka Mccabe posted a “short story of a night at a hotel” on TikTok where she shared details of the moment when she felt embarrassed, reported The Sun.

In the video, Rebekka faces the camera while her partner, who is not named, picks up the hotel room phone and says, "Thanks for letting us know."

Her partner is also heard apologizing.

“What did they say? Did someone complain?!” Rebekka asks.

“Hold on, no no no.”

Her boyfriend replies, “People have said from the hotel across the room, you two need to cover your modesty.

“They [the receptionist] said ‘I don’t care what you do but the glass is not privacy protected.’”

“You said it was!” Rebekka says.

Warning her followers, she captioned her post, “Word to the wise, a very popular hotel in Glasgow DOES NOT have tinted windows.”

Rebekka did not reveal the name of the hotel, but viewers think that it is the Radisson Red, in Glasgow.

Many left interesting comments.

One wrote, “Omg, I’d be mortified!”

Another joked, “Someone always has to ruin it."

Another wrote, “New fear unlocked omg.”

In another embarrassing incident a few months ago, a woman, Jenny Parrish, became talk of the town after her nude wine glass reflection blunder. The US-based woman was left red-faced when her friend told her that she had posted an image that showed her naked reflection on a wine glass.

Jenny narrated the incident in a humorous way on TikTok, reported Yahoo! News. "I accidentally posted a picture on Instagram of my wine glass and I was naked," she says in the video while laughing. “Seventy-four people saw my cooter. That’s 74 people and my husband’s mum too many," she adds.

Jenny goes on to say that it was her friend who messaged her saying, “I don’t know if you care, but you can see yourself on the reflection of the wine glass.”

She replies, “Of course, I care so much. I literally care so much.”

In a follow-up video, her husband says, “I feel like it fits your personality.”

“What are you calling me?” Parrish asks him.

“Fine and clumsy,” he responds. 

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